Play School News
Teacher’s Day Celebrations
“Guru Brahma, Guru Vishnu, Guru Devo Maheshwara…………”
The rendition of this shloka marked the beginning of Teacher’s Day celebrations in The Play School wing of Sister Nivedita School . A glowing tribute was paid to Dr. S. Radha Krishnan followed by the chanting of Shlokas and scintillating dance performances by the students of the Play School. The Principal, Mrs. Jayanthi Venkataraman, in her speech appreciated as well as inspired the teachers to continue their sincere efforts towards the holistic development of children as well as to implement innovative methods in imparting education to fortify and ignite the young minds.
Telugu Basha Dinotsavam and ‘Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations in the Play School
Sister Nivedita Play School looked forward to a dual celebrations ‘Telugu Day’ and ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’ on Thursday, 28th August. The programme commenced with a song followed by a skit celebrating ‘Telugu Basha Dinotsavam’ , which encouraged the children to give equal importance to the mother tongue. The students of UKG enjoyed participating in a unique ‘tongue-twister’ competition in Telugu. ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’ celebrations began with the entire campus echoing to the sound of ‘Ganapathi Bappa Moriya’ and ‘Jai Mangal Murthi’. Children dressed as Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvathi and Lord Ganesha warmly welcomed the dignitaries. The students of UKG displayed their little idols made of dough and clay which was adorned by one and all. Bhajans and an enthralling dance performance together with the voices of our little budding artists created an exciting and blissful environment. The highlight of the program was a skit put up by the students depicting the early life of Lord Ganesha. In her message, the Principal of the school Mrs. Jayanthi Venkataraman, extended greetings, warmly welcomed Lord Ganesha, the destroyer of all evil and the ‘Nurturer’ to shower blessings on one and all.
Independence Day Celebration
The Pre-Primary students of Sister Nivedita School were encompassed in the spirit of patriotism and celebrated the 68th Independence Day of our great nation with great favour . The children made tricolor badges and crowns to showcase their talents. A cultural programme was organized in which children sang patriotic songs. The highlight of the celebration was a ‘Patriotic Ruhn’ by Pre-Primary children . It was a feast for the eyes as one saw the children running with great enthusiasm, holding on to the tri-colour and shouting patriotic slogans - ‘I love my India’, ‘ I am proud to be an Indian’, ‘ Jai Hind’ and ‘ Jai Bharat’. Children presented a skit to prevent ‘brain-drain’ from our nation. The children’s enthusiasm and energy reinforced the belief that even though our nation has a diverse culture with many religions, such programmes help to infuse the feeling of patriotism amongst the children – The future pride of our nation.
Congratulations to all the participants of the Inter School Competition conducted in Obul Reddy School on 07 - Aug - 2014
- Poem Recitation – I Prize goes to Diya Ghosh of LKG
- Picking the balls - III prize goes to Aarna Verma of LKG
- Colouring – III prize goes to Charuhas of LKG
Friendship & Forgiveness Day
Nature Conservation Day
Memory Skills Activity
The Sister Nivedita Play school has celebrated Ramzan on Monday, the 28th July in an authentic way. The Preprimary children began the celebration with a welcome note and spoke about the relevance of the day. Children embraced and greeted each other. The celebration had ended with a thrilling dance performance by UKG students.
Parts of the Body
DOCTOR'S Day Celebrations
Creative wrist Band Activity to inculcate Punctuality
Bheem & clever Chutki with our Tiny Tots !
First to School in a Happy Mood
PRE VACTION FUN TIME - BOOGIE WOOGIE AND THE PUPPET SHOW
1. Watermelon Activity
2. Skit on Good Habits Activity
3. Puppet Show
5. Sharing Day
6. Summer Fruit
Pool Party in our school
Mango Activity in our School
UKG Celebrated The Oncoming 'MANGO FESTIVAL' With Activities,Modals,Out-Outs Of The 'KING OF FRUITS' of varieties.
Having Fun & Enjoyment
Paper Tearing and Crumpling – Butterfly
A Juicy Summer Fruit – Water Melon
UKG children were shown and explained about the water melon fruit. Its colour and different shapes were shown. They tasted the juicy fruit and learnt about the importance of it.
Play School Reopening Day 2nd April, 2014
Primary Wing News
Project work of different types of sea-creatures on 4th Sept 2014
Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations
In our multicultural society we need to instill and enforce the universal values of brotherhood, tolerance, peace, compassion and solidarity in our children. Students of Sister Nivedita School invoked Lord Ganesha to mark the advent of the master of all knowledge, intelligence and wisdom.
Children were motivated to create awareness through an activity of making clay Ganesha idols. They showcased their creativity through various artistic Ganesha idols made by them. Children looked impeccable in the costume of Gods and Goddesses. They enacted the story of Lord Ganesha to explane how the God had got the elephant’s head . The devotional songs and the dance performances by the children created a mood of festivity. Children and the teachers were motivated to buy eco-friendly clay Ganesha idols to avoid pollution. The programme was not only an entertainment, But also an effort to sensitize students towards living in harmony in a diverse society. The entire presentation was truly enthralling as our young children showcased their wonderful talents under the guidance of the teachers
Telugu day Celebrations
The mother tongue is part of a child’s personal, social and cultural identity. Habits, conducts, values, virtues, customs and beliefs are all shaped through the mother tongue. With an aim to make children remind the importance of this indispensable instrument students of Sister Nivedita School celebrated Telugu Day on 28th August.
Children paid tribute to the great Telugu poet ‘Gidugu Rama Murthy, whose birthday is celebrated as the Telugu Day. On this occasion various competitions on recitation, word building, news reading etc. were held . Children presented the skit based on the story of ‘Bhakta Prahlad’. The melodious song and dance performance by the children mesmerized everyone. The entire programme reminded the fact that in our thirst for exploring new horizons of knowledge and learning new languages, we should not forget– our mother tongue.
Celebration of festivals and traditions keep young minds rooted in their culture, encouraging spiritual development. Janmashtami was celebrated with great gaiety and enthusiasm in the Primary wing of Sister Nivedita School . Children attired in the costumes disguised themselves as Krishna, Radha and Gopikas looked radiant in their colourful outfits. It was an amazing sight to see children presenting the story of Kaliamardhanam which mesmerized the audience. The devotional songs and dance performances by the children created mood of festivity.
On the eve of the 68th Independence Day, the premises of Sister Nivedita School was filled with patriotism and love for the country. Children presented a mélange of activities which included playing key board, dance, song and enacting children were dressed as Shivaji, Subhash Chandra Bose, Alluri Sita Ramaraju, Gandhi and depicted their contributions to the freedom struggle which touched the soul of the audience. The energetic dance performance by the children kept the flame of patriotism alive and made everyone spell bound. The programme concluded with the speech of the Principal Mrs. Jayanthi Venkataraman who highlighted the importance of this day and urged the students to prepare themselves to be the pillars of the nation and uphold the values of the country. The entire programme was truly enthralling and created an atmosphere of national pride.
To err in human – To forgive is divine
Whether the pain is mental, physical or both, forgiving others even if they have hurt you the best way for reconciliation. Children of Sister Nivedita School celebrated ‘Forgiveness Day’ with a view to encourage the spirit of forgiveness. Children enacted a skit to move everyone learn the art of articulating their feelings and emotions intelligently and calmly. Children were encouraged to take pledge to forgive and to be forgiven. The purpose of the celebration to evoke healing power of forgiveness among the children.
Nature the Nature for your future
8th July reminds people of the need to conserve the precious natural resources, the earth is bestowed with. Through a weeklong programme the children of Sister Nivedita School made a great effort to bring in the awareness to save the planet earth. Children were abuzz with activities that sensitized them of working together to save this planet earth. As a part of the celebration little hands planted saplings to assure that they would protection of environment. Children came up with various activities like skits, dance, songs in to demonstrate the importance of saving the earth. Tiny tots of the preprimary wing also joined hands to spread awareness of protecting and saving trees, plants and the endangered animals. The aim of the entire celebration was to make every one understand the true meaning of the word ‘conservation’ and inculcate environment friendly habit to nurture the nature which is the need of the day to some mankind.
NEW Twist on old thoughts
Children of Primary wing of Sister Nivedita School made an extraordinary attempt to give a new twist on the old thought. Children came up with surprising insight to change the moral of the most popular story ‘For and the Grapes’. Children gave a changed interpretation to the story by saying that the repeated attempt of the fox could make it possible to reach the ‘sweet’ grapes. The purpose of the skit presentation was to focus on the fact that ‘Making an attempt’ is half success’.
CHILDREN OF CLASS III HAD AN ACTIITY ON THE IMPORTANCE OF KEEPING THE BIRDS FREE IN THE NATURE WHICH WAS BASED ON THE AUTO BIOGRAPHY OF RABINDRANATH TAGORE.
A HEALTHY MIND IN A HEALTHY BODY – CHILDREN SHARED A FEW TIPS ABOUT HOW TO STAY FIT AND HEALTHY
MORAL VALUES TAUGHT DURING THE MORNING ASSEMBLY
BOOKS – OUR BEST FRIENDS DURING MORNING ASSEMBLY CHILDREN DEMONSTRATED HOW TO TAKE CARE OUR ‘BEST FRIENDS – BOOKS’
GO GREEN - EVERGREEN
Today (22nd May) being International Biodiversity Day, the students of HSL club of Sister Nivedita school participated in Plantation drive. Nothing could deter the students to be in the hot sun and enjoyed planting saplings. Students age between 6years to 12 years took part in the programme and made it great a success. The Director of the school Mr. Hariharaprasad and the Principal Mrs. Jayanthi venkataraman appreciated the students for their care and concern towards the nature and its preservation and themselves also planted various flowering plants. The children took an oath that their prime concern and responsibility will be preserving nature, biodiversity and mother earth.
Yoga posses for stress relief
Teachers of Sister Nivedita School were fortunate to get the help guide by Yoga Shiromani – Deepak Bandhu for relaxation techniques for a stress free life which is a need for today.
Puppet Show Activity at our school
Through a puppet show children were encouraged to utilize their summer holidays in a constructive way.
Summer fruits Activity at our school
In the morning assembly children were informed about the nutritional values of the summer fruits which help to beat the heat of summer day.
Good Friday celebrations at our school
Children of Sister Nivedita School presented a skit to observe the Good Friday which sensitized children to see the world differently and is a positive manner.
Sri Rama Navami celebrations at our school
Celebrations of festivals keep young minds rooted in their culture. To mark the birthday of Lord Shri Rama , Sri Ram Navami was celebrated by the children of Primary wing of Sister Nivedita School with great gaiety and enthusiasm.
The Primary Wing of Sister Nivedita School marked the beginning of the New Academic year with a significant assembly that highlighted the importance of ‘Good Habits’. Children recited wonderful poems on good habits such as punctuality, neatness etc.
Middle & Highschool Wing News
Hindi Diwas Celebrations
Hindi is a language of harmony and understanding. Reiterating the richness the Hindi language has, the School celebrated Hindi Diwas presenting a range of programmes depicting the journey of Hindi from the ancient days to the present day, hailing it’s contribution to other languages and various cultural presentations.
The Director of the school Sri Hari Prasad addressed the students and said Students must be as fluent in Hindi as in any other language because Hindi is our national language and the second largest language spoken in the world.
The Principal of the school Mrs Jayanthi Venkataraman expressed her views on the significance of Hindi as a language in the global context. The students enthusiastically participated in various competitions and programmes and displayed their multi faceted talents which were really praise worthy.
Adish Shah was presented with the Discovery Magazine by SOF for securing International Rank – 445 and State Rank – 22.
Rotary Club of Secunderabad felicitated Mrs. Jayanthi Venkatarman, Principal, Sister Nivedita School on the occasion of Teachers’ Day with Rotary Vocational Excellence Award in recognition of her valuable contribution to the cause of Education in the true spirit of “Service above Self”. This award was presented on 9th September, 2014 at Hotel Ramada.
Mr Brijesh Tiwari and Mrs Preeti Srivastava, Hindi Teachers from the High School and the Middle School respectively attended a workshop at Slate The School.
National Level Science Exhibition
Protiksha Ukil and M Ananya,class X students and Adish Shah of class VI and VII respectively are representing the school at CBSE National level School Exhibition at Delhi.
The students left Hyderabad to reach Delhi along with their teachers Ms. Swarnalatha and Ms. Shalini by AP Express on 8th September 2014. Students returned on 15th September, 2014 after receiving Certificates of Participation.
Teachers Day and Mac Millar Visit
Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu…….. Guru Devo Maheshwara.... Guru Saakshat Parabrahma …… Thasmayisree Guruvehnamaha. The reverberation
of the above sacred chant filled the atmosphere with gaiety and fun, that enfolded at the auspicious Teacher’s Day celebrations
at Sister Nivedita School. The programme started with an introduction of Dr. S. Radhakrishnan the second president of India
and a teacher par excellence, whose birthday is celebrated as Teacher’s Day, by P Suryanarayanan, the Dy Head Boy of the school.
P. Sushma, the Dy Head Girl of the school, highlighted the importance of a teacher’s role in the lives of children, comparing it to a candle, spreading the light of knowledge and thus, being the backbone of a healthy society. A teacher who teaches from the heart is the truest human being. A number of well designed dances and rendition of songs by the students was not only heart-warming, but also an eye opener. The message to be an Indian at all times and adhere to the values and principles of Gandhi and Swami Vivekananda, was stressed. Teaching is the noblest profession and a teacher is not only incomparable but also irreplaceable.
On the wonderful occasion of Teachers’ day our school was visited by a guest, though small in stature he has noble ideas and conviction that rivals any adult.
Mac Millar, a 9 year old talented soccer player who aims to play for Manchester United one day. Mac’s greatness lies not in his talent but his generosity and compassionate quality of trying to help and the poorest children of the world. His actual mission is “Peace through Soccer Balls”. Mac created a website, raised funds, arranged for the Australian soldiers to take soccer balls to Afghanistan. No matter what one says one must appreciate his conviction in unique endeavor of spreading peace. His visit was a breath of fresh air for the students who are used to watching elderly guests. Mac spoke a few words which electrified the audience. There was a mass hysteria among the students to shake hands with Mac. His visit perfectly complemented this beautiful occasion.
The smiling faces of the children and their unrequited love ushered the sunshine in every teacher’s heart. Thus the celebrations ended with a happy note.
A Meeting with Mac Millar
The interactors of the Interact club of Sister Nivedita School visited the Govt. School at Vijaya Nagar Colony,
Hyderabad welcoming Mac Millar, a ten year old boy from Australia who had come to India to spend awareness and peace
with his goal of providing Soccer balls, “Football”, play it for dsisadvantaged kids around the world. The students
exchanged their views with Mac about the service oriented program carried out by the school and expressed their willingness
to do their best for this project.
The Hindu Principals Meet
On the occasion of Teachers’ Day, The Hindu in association with Narayana Multi Speciality Hospital,
Jeedimetla, organized “A Principals Meet” at their office. Principal Mrs Jayanthi Venkata Raman and The Times Teacher
Coordinator Mr. Geo John attended the same. M. Gopala Krishna – IAS(Retd) was the Chief Guest while Wing Commander Numma
R Kumar, GM, Narayana Multi Speciality Hospita was the guest of honour.
Vibrant Dastur Painting
Harshini of V Sunflower bagged first prize in Vibrant Dastur Painting Competition organized by Vibrant Cars Pvt. Ltd. In the same competition, Manmita Sahoo received a consolation prize.
Telugu Day Celebrations 4th September
The stage was set for the celebration of one of the sweetest languages ever. Telugu Day celebrations stated in full swing today.
The programme began on a lighter note by introducing the audiences to Telugu culture, primarily games like ‘Uppulu guppa’. It was followed
by a presentation on poetry, prose and beauty of telugu languages. This presentation highlighted the role of prioneer
Gidugu Ram Murthy, in making telugu accessible to the masses. The programme finally came to an end with a beautiful and soulful
rendition on the beauty of Telugu.
The Director of the school addressed the gathering and spoke at great length on the relevance of Telugu in todays times.
He stressed on the importance of learning all languages but not forgetting one’s mother tongue. He equated respecting mother
tongue with respecting one own mother. Principal in her addressed expressed nostalgia after watching programmes on traditional telugu games.
1. Aditya Shekhawat of class VI
2. Mustafa of class IX
3. Kavya G of class X
Participated in 1st Telangana State level Open Yogasana championship 2014 organised by Hyderabad and R.R. District Yoga Association and secured 9th, 10th and 12th places respectively out of 960 participants.
DSE Chess Competition
Sabbi Sri Rohita of class X received the best player Award by scoring 6/6 points
in the inter school Chess competition.
Independence Day Celebration 2014
Tagore’s Awakened India :
Reminiscing Tagore’s dream of how the awakened India should be and presenting an answer to the conflict of ideologies and
restlessness in the restive youth by Swami Vivekananda through his ‘Call to the Nation”, Sister Nivedita School celebrated the
68th Independence Day vibrantly. It was a great inspirational presentation by the students dressed as these great leaders who
ushered the youth of the country towards thought and action. The Principal of the school Jayanthi Venkataraman welcomed the
gathering. The distinguished guest for the day was Rtn. Nageshwar Rao. The Director of the School , Harihara Prasad also graced
the occasion. The cultural programme was a feast to the eyes. The students through their speeches, songs, dances and skits established
the fact that the future of India lies in its youth and an upsurge of youth entering various fields and serving motherland would
lead India to greater heights.
Independence Day Open Tournament -
R. Hanna Pravallika of class VII and T Ravi Teja of class II
received first prize in 67th Independence Day Open Tournament Roller Skating Championship 2014 conducted at
Kotla Vijaya Bhasker Reddy Stadium, Yousufguda, Hyderabad held on 27th and 28th August 2014 at Delhi School of Excellence, Attapur.
ARFA SULTANA BAGGED II PRIZE IN POTRAYAL PAINTING COMPETITION
IN METAMORPHOSIS INDIVIDUAL EVENT FOR THE SUB JUNIORS KAUSTUBH. G. RAO RECEIVED THE SECOND PRIZE
STUDENTS PARTICIPATED IN ‘BALOTSAV’ – INTER SCHOOL PROFICIENCY COMPETITIONS AND BAGGED PRIZES,
IN SYMPHONY – GROUP SINGING (SENIORS) WITH THE THEME “PASSAGE TO PEACE” THE SCHOOL CHOIR COMPRISING OF
M. ANIRUDH, R. SURYANARAYANA, V. BHARGAV SAI, SRUTHI CHANDANA, LASYA PRIYA, G. KAVYA, REZINA JASMINE, DIVYA VYSHNAVI AND LAKSHMI PRANATHI OF CLASS X P. SAI SRI SUSHMA & VARSHITHA OF CLASS IX, R. MOWTHIKA & G.V. MAHATHI OF CLASS VIII
E VINAY OF CLASS VIII PARTICIPATED IN THE TIMES BADMINTON LITTLE CHAMPION AND WAS AWARDED CERTIFICATE FOR BEING THE SEMIFINALIST AND ACQUIRED 4TH RANK IN ORDER – 13.
MRS. GEETHA REDDY ATTENDED THE TEACHER ORIENTATION PROGRAM AS A PART OF THE HUSSAIN SAGAR LAKE PROGRAMME ON 31ST JULY, 2014 AT GEETANJALI SENIOR SCHOOL MAYURI MARG, BEGUMPET, HYDERABAD
TEACHERS ATTENDED A WORKSHOP ON CCE LIFE SKILLS, THINKING, EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL SKILLS CONDUCTED BY MDN EDIFY ON 29TH JULY, 2014 IN THE SCHOOL.
SURYANARAYANAN AND MAHBOOB ALI OF CLASS IX PARTICIPATED IN RBI QUIZ ON 25TH JULY, 2014 AT CENTRE FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL STUDIES BEGUMPET. THE STUDENTS WERE AWARDED CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION.
MRS. RAMA PRASANNA AND MRS. SHUBABRATA BANERJEE FROM SOCIAL SCIENCE FACULTY ATTENDED A WORKSHOP CUM DEMONSTRATION ON PLANETARIUM EDUCATION ON 19TH JULY, 2014 AT MERIDIAN SCHOOL BANJARA HILLS, HYDERABAD. CONDUCTED BY ORANGE EDUCATION PRIVATE LIMITED.
MRS. PRATEEBA, BIOLOGY TEACHER, HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDED THE SECOND SESSION OF PROJECT SYMBIOSIS PROGRAM HELD ON 19TH JULY, 2014 AT TCS OFFICE NANAKRAMGUDA, HYDERABAD.
SURYANARAYANAN AND SARVANI . B ATTENDED THE TIMES NIE NEWS MAKERS MEET AS STAR CORRESPONDENTS 2014 AT THE TIMES OF INDIA OFFICE , ROAD NO. 3, BANJARA HILLS.
INVESTITURE CEREMONY In School
It was a routine day with the quintessential hustle and bustle of school. One thing that stood out was the ubiquitous excitement all around. It was the day of reckoning for the students. Investiture ceremony is a very important event of a school’s academic year. The setting was picture perfect with beautiful weather, effervescent children glowing in their uniforms ready to take part in the most important event of the year. And the moment finally arrived when Dr. V. Kondal Rao, Group Chairman of Sister Nivedita Foundation the Chief guest graced the occasion. Although the ceremony, perse was perfunctory, what electrified the occasion was the speeches of the head boy and the head girl. They spoke with such authority and maturity, that it seemed unbelievable !! The sight of flags fluttering and children marching to drum beats was truly spectacular. Dr. V. Kondal Rao spoke at length about his experiences as an educationist and the idea of Sister Nivedita School and what it stand for. His speech was engrossing and enlightened the students about many facets of real life. The children were a wonderful audience who were disciplined and involved. The children applauded and cheered their classmates who assumed responsibilities. It was a red letter day in the lives of all the students who were invested. The school cabinet looked very determined and enthusiastic to perform their duties appropriately. The program was anchored by the Vice Principal . The program concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by Mr. Geo John the English teacher. As the children dispersed one could see that, they were really inspired and wanted to be a part of school cabinet. Principal Madam inspired the children with her speech and encouraged them to work hard for being part of school cabinet. The Director of the school Mr. M. Harihara Prasad congratulated the members of the student council.
CBSE REGIONAL LEVEL SCIENCE EXHIBITION SCHOOL QULIFIES FOR NATIONAL LEVEL on April, 2014.
PROTIKSHA UKIL X J AND ANANYA M X SF TOOK PART IN THE CBSE REGIONAL LEVEL SCIENCE EXHIBITION HELD ON 10TH , 11 TH AND 12TH JULY 2014 AT BHARATIYA VIDYA BHAVAN SCHOOL , JUBILEE HILLS. THEIR EXHIBIT ‘IMPROVED AIDS FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED PEOPLE (CONTROLLED) MECHANICAL SUIT RECEIVED APPRECIATIONS AND IS SELECTED FOR THE CBSE NATIONAL LEVEL SCIENCE EXHIBITION.
IN THE SAME COMPETITION ADISH SHAH VII AND ADITYAYA D VI EXHIBITED THEIR MODEL ON PRODUCTION OF ELECTRICITY FROM ORGANIC FOOD WASTE. THE PROJECT RECEIVED APPRECIATION FROM THE VISITORS AND IS SELECTED FOR THE CBSE NATIONAL LEVEL SCIENCE EXHIBITION.
The FOUR STUDENTS WILL BE GOING TO DELHI SHORTLY FOR THE NATIONAL LEVEL COMPETITION.
A MOMENT TO BE CHERISHED FOREVER
The Interact Club of Sister Nivedita School was awarded “Rotary 2013-14 Presidential Citation” for actively working to “Engage Rotary, Change Lives”.
On this occasion, it was a great moment of pride for us to felicitate the Director of the school Rtn.Harihara Prasad who has not only given his selfless love and affection to all of us but also his blessings in abundance wishing us success and prosperity, always accentuating upon the most important planks of life that are moral values. Moral values are the principles that make life worth living; one may be perfect but without moral and ethical values one will not be successful or respected in this society. Being a true devotee of Sri Satya Sai Baba , he has proved that service to mankind is service to god, by taking up many social welfare projects like helping the poor and deprived . Under his aegis the Interact Club of Sister Nivedita School accomplished many such service projects like pulse polio camps, donations in cash and kind, the latest being the contribution of reference books to the Rotary India Literacy Mission. Taking inspiration from the rotary theme this year rotary i.e, “Light up rotary-we must light up our lives as well as the needy” this year our concentration will be towards joining hands to eradicate illiteracy in India with the mission “Teach a child”. From the down to earth decorum of our beloved sir we have always inculcated the value of thinking of the fellow beings who require our care and concern; the haves should help the have nots ,the abled should serve the disabled.
What we have learnt through such projects is “The best way to find self is to lose self in the service of others. Great opportunities to help others seldom come but small ones surround us everyday”. So never miss this chance of bringing smile on a face that can brighten up the world!!
SABBI ROHITA participated in National Schools Chess Selection Tournament 2014 held in St. Joseph’s Public School, Habsiguda, RR District. She scored 5 points out of 5 rounds and was placed 1st. This was organized by Ranga Reddy District Chess Associations under auspices AP Chess Association & All India Chess Federation.
Sabbi Rohita also participated in AP State Sub Junior U-15 Boys and Girls Inter District Chess Tournament 2014 held in May and scored 5 points out of 6 rounds and placed 2nd.
This was organized by Visakhapatnam District Chess Association affiliated to AP Chess Association & Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh.
R.G. Sowmya (VII) has participated in the National Level Science Talent Search Examination 2014 conducted nationwide on 2nd Feb, 2014 by Unified Council. She secured 83% of Marks and her All India Rank is 89.
She is awarded Certificate of Appreciation of the Excellent Performance in NTSE – 2014.
Adish Shah, presently in class VII, has secured International Rank 4 and State Rank 2 in Andhra Pradesh in finals of 13th National SOF Cyber Olympiad Competition held in Feb 2014.
He is awarded a Gold Medal and Certificate of Recognition for his performance excellence in this competition.
He has secured International Rank 445 and State Rank 22 in Andhra Pradesh in the finals of Mathematics Olympiad Competition held in Feb, 2014.
He is awarded Certificate of Recognition for his performance Excellence in this competition.
Mr. R. Anish and Mrs. P. Venkata Kalyani attended a two day workshop conducted by The Royal Society of Chemistry London, Deccan Section India in association with Sri. Satya Sai Vidya Vihar Hyderabad on 20th and 21st June, 2014 . The topic was ‘Fundamentals in science for High school science Teachers.
Mrs. Rashmi Tripathy and Mrs. Anjana Devi attended a workshop on Hindi Teachers professional excellence on 20th June, 2014 at Kennedy High the Global School. The topic was “Tips for effective lesson from and evidence. Generation for Formative Assessment.
KASERU Career Development Institute organized a workshop on 22nd April, 2014.
KASERU Career Development Institute organized a workshop in the school premises for the parents and students of classes IX and X. Mr. Prasad Mukku and his team of facilitators through their session empowered the parents and students with the career option and guidance.
Mrs. Prateeba, Science teacher attended Project Symbiosis on 21st April, 2014.
Teacher Empowerment Program conducted by TCS at their office at Cyber Pearl Towers, Hitech city.
Newzen workshop was conducted in the school by Rtn. K.S. Sarma who interacted with the parents on 19th April, 2014.
The Newzen classes will commence shortly for the students.
English teachers attend workshop on listening and speaking skills in the school on 12th April, 2014.
Mrs. Soma conducted workshop in ASL explaining how to conduct and assess speaking skills. All the teachers were presented with the Trinity University language and speaking skills book.